Leading by three points at the break, Hamden Hall outscored Brunswick by 10 in the second half en route to a 73-60 conference win on Thursday. The Bruins road loss drops their overall mark to 7-9 as they hold a 3-4 record in FAA action.
At the half, the Hornets held a slim 35-32 advantage. The hosts outscored the Bruins 38-28 in the second half for the 13-point win.
Colin Mulshine led Brunswick with a season-best 20 points, netting 17 in the first half, as James Sealy, Dan Arnold and Logan Galletta followed with nine points apiece.
Hamden Hall owned a 9-5 advantage in made three-pointers and held an advantage at the charity stripe. The 17 made free throws by the Hornets (17/23) equaled the number of free throws attempted by the Bruins (11/17).
Brunswick returns to action with another FAA contest, hosting Greens Farms on Wednesday, February 5.